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A commitment to patient care and an emphasis on expanding community services are priorities the Columbia Valley community
After an unseasonably short winter,alarm bells for some about the possibility of floods from an early spring thaw.
After a colourful Junior B hockey season, the Rockies roster was rewarded with a year-end celebration at Copper Point Resort
A new 24-hour endurance mountain bike race will be luring riders from all over the world to Golden’s infamous singletrack.
Columbia Valley Rockies and the BC Hockey League Langley Riverman junior hockey teams are recruiting athletes for the upcoming season.
potential funding for valley-wide visitor services and for the valley’s Permanent Resident and Attraction and Retention Plan
Government of Canada’s vow to support legalization, entrepreneurs are hoping that business opportunities may gain traction in the Valley.
The quest for success came to an abrupt end for the Rockies last Saturday night, when the Junior B team’s season came to a close.
There’s a growing trend where cannabis is concerned in the Kootenay region.
In spite of two late goals and a heartfelt effort, the Rockies couldn’t catch up to the Creston Valley Thunder Cats last weekend.
There has been $1 million in Columbia Basin Trust’s Social Grants approved for 28 projects that aim towards social well-being
A new fire dispatch services deal has been inked between the Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK) and the City of Kelowna.
Fiddler and songwriter April Verch,will soon be coming to the Upper Columbia Valley.
The Kootenay East Regional Hospital District Board has elected its chair and vice chair for the coming year.
Local schools are fighting to give victims a voice by raising awareness about bullying
Beekeepers in B.C. and in the East Kootenay region have not been stung by the ever-changing honey industry.
The quest for success in Junior B hockey led the Rockies to triumph last week in Golden.
The physical, emotional and financial strain of travelling to urban areas for dialysis has forced patients to become prisoners of the road
Coun. Tyler McCauley made a motion to adopt the final reading of the Wood First Bylaw No. 417, 2016 at the regular council meeting
The public has been invited to provide insights about how the Government of B.C. can best tackle climate change moving forward.